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Creative Gigaworks S750 9 pin color code

Hi, to cut a long story short I currently have a stripped 9 pin connector from the control pod. I'm unable to repair the connector due to the fact that I require a schematic displaying the color codes of the connector.

After corresponding with Creative they refuse to assist me and request that I ship the unit to Singapore to repair a simple plug. According to them it's considered confidential info.

I would appreciate any help whatsoever.

Cliff

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Cliff
First things first:

This is not a special and critical eq. from creative, you can take it to the reapair shop and they sometimes have the schematics, other than this, sorry you have to RMS to CREATIVE.
Carl

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